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May 19, 2013 7:30pm EDT
who says corporate america has to do good to do well. he's running one of the largest environment alorganizations. why it's good to go green. >>> she'll always be rachel in our hearts. she has a new business, her famous hair and surprise behind the product. >> why does a scientist who helps cure cancer says i'm going to cure frizz. >> we'll find out. >>> here is a look. the rodney dangerfield rally, it gets no respect. every day this week setting new highs, whether good or bad. dow jones industrial average raising tuesday and again on wednesday. s&p 500 hitting records of its own on wednesday. nasdaq not to be outdone hit a 12 1/2 year high as well. the market finally taking a breather thursday, the worst day in two weeks. they rebounded friday. still some big earnings news this week. walmart, for example, missed analysts expectations but macy's came in ahead. john deere beat predictions, outlook was weak. cisco came in ahead of expectations. john chambers calling it a strong quarter. >>> it's our ninth consecutive record quarter in terms of revenues and sixth in terms of profits
May 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
to do. i think as you're going through deleveraging and getting back to a more normal environment, it's a multi-year process, a very slow economic growth. the good news is we're pretty much at the bottom point in the deleveraging with you can start to see pickup. but before consumers start releverage after what they have lived through, you need to see them feeling better about the job environment. and we're only starting to see the numbers coming out of employment that make people feel as if they're is hope that their wages will go up and there is possibility for employment. until that happens, i think you really need -- you're going to see very slow economic growth. because without consumer spending being very robust, it's hard to have strong economic growth. >> and yet i want sometimes like people don't care in terms of invest in the stock market there is is the buy on the dip mentality. even if you're right where we could see a 5% sell-off, do you think buyers will be there and then it goes back up again? >> possibly. i've not seen this kind of market behavior since post-1987. you
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